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    • 05-19-14 NELP releases new practice manual on U visas for immigrant victims of workplace crime Read More
    • 05-15-14 NELP releases new report: "Fairness Delayed: Ongoing Poverty at the Philadelphia International Airport" Read More
    • 05-14-14 NELP has filed an amicus curiae brief in litigation to defend the $15 an hour minimum wage initiative approved by voters in SeaTac, Washington. Read More
    • 05-13-14 NELP's Arun Ivatury and Rebecca Smith on why a $15 local minimum wage is gaining support in Seattle and other cities, in CNN Opinion op-ed. Read More
    • 05-12-14 Vermont legislature passes nation's highest statewide minimum wage at $10.50 an hour. Read More
    • 05-08-14 Delaware to become 12th state to adopt policy on fair hiring of people with past convictions. Read More
    • 05-07-14 NELP releases new report: "Who's the Boss: Restoring Accountability for Labor Standards in Outsourced Work." Read More
    • 05-06-14 NELP's George Wentworth gives presentation at MIT on strategies to prevent long-term unemployment. Read More
    • 05-02-14 April's jobs report reinforces job-quality concerns. Read More
    • 04-30-14 NELP's Christine Owens on the bipartisan movement to reduce employment barriers for people with records, in National Journal op-ed. Read More
    • 04-30-14 NELP releases its 2013 Annual Report. Read More
    • 04-29-14 NELP applauds confirmation of David Weil as USDOL wage & hour administrator. Read More
    • 04-28-14 New NELP report finds low-wage industries still dominate job growth four years into recovery. Read More
    • 04-28-14 Hawaii becomes 3rd state in 2014 to raise minimum wage to $10.10; tipped workers to get $10.10 also. Read More
    • 04-23-14 NELP's Tsedeye Gebreselassie on why New York State should allow cities and counties to set their own local minimum wages, in Huffington Post op-ed. Read More
    • 04-21-14 New Poll: Two-thirds of New York small business owners support local minimum wages. Read More
    • 04-17-14 Nebraska becomes 1st red state to "ban the box"; 11th state to endorse fair hiring of people with records. Read More
    • 04-09-14 NELP’s Sarah Leberstein partners with PHI Medicaid Redesign Watch to publish series of employer advisories on NY home care worker issues. Read More
    • 04-08-14 NELP's Christine Owens on why we all need to stand firm on raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, in Roll Call commentary. Read More
    • 04-07-14 NELP applauds Senate vote to renew emergency jobless aid and urges swift passage in House. Read More

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